08 Nov Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
“Choose purity, meekness and mercy while entrusting ourselves to the Lord and dedicating ourselves to justice and peace….hope for God’s comfort. The meek…know how to control themselves…leave space for the other, they listen to the other, respect the other’s way of living, his or her needs and requests. They do not intend to overwhelm or diminish the other. They do not want to dominate or impose their ideas or interests to the detriment of others. Meekness is the way to go forward with humility and mercy. This means going against the current in respect to this world’s mentality, in respect to the culture of possessing, of meaningless fun, of arrogance against the weakest. The personal and universal vocation to holiness…proposes…that each person walks in a unique and unrepeatable way, according to the ‘imagination’ of the Holy Spirit.” — Pope Francis
FROM YOUR PASTOR
What Virtues DO YOU CARRY as you walk on YOUR SPIRITUAL JOURNEY?